Blog Comment #3

In response to: Camsmithblog’s “My Digital Brand”
lilhanlin said:

Wow! Everything you said was exactly what I was feeling about Facebook affecting a future job. I liked how you took it further and almost asked an ethical question about whether it’s right to look at someone’s music. You can’t help but stereotype someone, and rather than just looking at job skills, other elements that aren’t necessarily relevant could play into whether or not you get the job. It is important to guard your image and to make sure that your page is one that truly represents who you are. It’s just too bad that something that is meant to be a carefree website now must be cleaned up and counted as a part of your resumé.

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About lilhanlin

I like to think of this blog as a beautiful connection between my life, personal convictions, and daily whims to whoever takes a moment to pause and read- even if it's only to myself re-reading it a few months later. Too many things keep expression trapped inside of us, and it's such a necessary element of life - to self-express and to see emotion released in its rawest, most authentic form. Writing allows us to do that - to take the time to articulate exactly what we feel or what we don't quite understand but must speak out.
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